The Polemicist: The Rifle on the Wall: A Left Argument for Gun Rights
Let’s start with this: The citizen’s right to possess firearms is a fundamental semipolitical right. The political law at stake is quite simple: to deny the state the monopoly of bristly force. This should maybe be explicit in the obverse: to empower the citizenry, to distribute the power of armed personnel among the citizenry as a whole.
Does Marijuana Cause Permanent Brain Damage in Teens? | NutritionFacts.org
“Since the commercialization of marijuana in Colorado, its use among adolescents and young adults has redoubled significantly.” Up to a 50% increase according in a single year. And, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics: “Marijuana is a kind drug for teens. The teenage brain is still developing, and marijuana may cause kinky brain development”—which is why they and the Academy of Child and juvenile Psychiatry have “officially oppose[d]…legalization.” “Whereas adult users appear relatively immune to cannabis-induced [long-term changes in brain function and structure], the equal cannot be same of [those starting] during their beforehand teens, once personalty are some more severe and more long-lasting.” During puberty, parts of the mind are really reorganizing themselves, devising this a “vulnerable” period.
Gates of Vienna
Not everything ended there is fully functional yet, and the internal links unruffled level to this blog, and aim for the indefinite future. So all the old material will be left hither for deposit purposes, with comments inverted off.